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Ticketmaster Pays A Hefty Price For Advertising Unattainably Low Prices
Ticketmaster's practice of adding non-optional fees to advertised ticket prices will cost the group (consisting of Ticketmaster L.L.C., TNow Entertainment Group, Inc.
Canada
12 Jul 2019
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Lessons Learned - Lesson One Supplement: Get The Name Right On The Financing Statement
The case of Harbouredge Mortgage v Powell is a classic example whereby a secured party registered a financing statement which contained an error in the debtor's name, and therefore lost their claim as a secured creditor.
Canada
6 Feb 2017
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Lessons Learned - Lesson One: Get The Name Right On The Financing Statement
One of the most common mistakes made by secured parties is registering their security using an incorrect name for the debtor.
Canada
22 Sep 2016
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Industry Canada Introduces Online Search Tool For Railcar Security
In 2013, we provided an overview of the process for registering security interests over railcars or rolling stock in Canada.
Canada
19 Mar 2014
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Know Your Limits - Enforcing Mortgage Guarantees
Not all guarantees are governed by the general two year limitation period provided under the Ontario Limitations Act, 2002.
Canada
19 Jul 2012
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Cross-Border Security Interests: Choice Of Law In Canada
In this global economy, the laws of different jurisdictions come into play with respect to the priority and enforcement of interests against personal property when, for example, a debtor carries on business in different countries or provinces, or its personal property moves across borders.
Canada
 
4 Apr 2012
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Guidance For Issuers With Short-Term Liquidity Concerns Or Inadequate Offering Proceeds
Over the past year, an important focus of prospectus reviews by securities regulators has been issuers’ short-term liquidity positions and the sufficiency of proceeds that issuers intend to raise. Now, staff of the Canadian Securities
Canada
26 Mar 2012
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Shake-Up Coming For Canadian Private Placement Regime?
In response to the seizure of the market for asset-backed commercial paper (ABCP) in Canada, the Canadian Securities Administrators formed a working group to consider certain regulatory issues arising out of this seizure.
Canada
2 Feb 2009
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Are Your Disclosures Regarding the Future a Source of Liability? "How Issuers Can Minimize Liability For Forward Looking Information"
Beginning on December 31, 2005, the Ontario “Securities Act” began to impose civil liability for misrepresentations in secondary market disclosure, greatly expanding the liability of reporting issuers and their officers and directors for their communications with investors and potential investors.
Canada
26 Jan 2009
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Good News For Secured Creditors As Value Of Their Collateral Increases
For most lenders, taking security from their borrowers is pretty straightforward: take a general security agreement covering inventory, receivables and all other collateral, add some guarantees, and then look to see if there are any other loose ends that need tying up.
Canada
11 Nov 2008
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Normal Course Issuer Bids - Is It Time To Buy Back Shares?
During the current turbulent financial markets in which publicly-traded securities may not reflect their underlying value, companies may want to consider whether they should initiate a share buy-back program.
Canada
5 Nov 2008
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